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CEOs at financial services firms face a dilemma. Because the industry is changing rapidly, they must build the right skills for their organisation to continue to compete in the future. Yet doing so requires making investments that won’t generate a return for several years. In the meantime, they face relentless pressure to hit short-term financial targets.
Impact of COVID-19 on the workforce and HR functions
This year’s Survey sheds light on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted HR functions and the workforce in Malta. The survey highlights how the HR life cycle is evolving in light of recent events and how organisations are addressing their challenges and preparing for the future.
We are sharing the insights we collected on the remote working experience of over 850 workers in Malta to understand whether and how this could be a sustainable way of working in the long term. Download our publication below to discover more!
The impact of COVID-19 is causing businesses concern about their workforce. Every business and industry sector is being impacted differently.
Read PwC Malta's tips on how one can support employees through remote working and how to ensure business continuity.
The fifth edition of our HR Pulse Survey is out! This initiative is carried out by PwC Malta and the Foundation for Human Resources Development (FHRD). It aims to gather thoughts and views of Malta’s HR and business leaders on the key HR challenges organisations are facing, as well as priorities for people management in the year ahead. This year’s survey focussed on the HR Transformation and the reshaping of the role of the HR function in the future world of work.
While the majority of businesses recognise which capabilities are important for their future success, many are failing to take the actions needed today to build or even introduce them into their organisations. These actions include using data analytics to make workforce decisions and creating a compelling work experience for employees.
Organisational culture plays an optimal role in creating the right people experience and maximising organisational performance. 72% of C-suite and board members agree that organisational culture significantly influences a prospective employee when choosing an organisation to work for. However, despite the recognised importance of culture, PWC’s Katzenbach Center Global Culture Survey 2018 finds that 80% of respondents believe their organisation’s culture needs to evolve in the next five years if the organisation plans to grow and retain talent.